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The Newest Haven for Cryptocurrency Companies? Wyoming

Wyoming’s transformation into a blockchain booster is somewhat legendary in cryptocurrency circles.

Rhode Island RFP Has Long List of Uses for Blockchain

Rhode Island officials are looking to the private sector to help them become the first state to implement blockchain technology across multiple agencies, thereby increasing government efficiency in several areas.

Amazon’s Alexa to Become a Rental Unit Amenity

In the future, residents will be able to communicate with apartment staff and even pay rent through the Echo.

Salesforce Rolls Out Blockchain Builder for Noncoders

Platform allows customers to build applications quickly, with more focus on design and business strategy

It’s the middle of the night. Do you know who your iPhone is talking to?

Our privacy experiment showed 5,400 hidden app trackers guzzled our data — in a single week.

Chasing Amazon: The store of the future is already here as retailers up their tech game

Robots roaming the aisles. Windows that allow you to tap and shop while the store is closed.

10 questions about blockchain

What is blockchain, where is it used, and will it become mainstream?

Colorado Governor Announces First-Ever Blockchain Architect

“The creation of this Blockchain Solution Architect role is breaking new ground and a step in the right direction to secure Colorado as a leader in blockchain innovation, ”

Today’s TED Talk – A breakthrough device that combines mind and machine

AlterEgo: a wearable AI device with the potential to let you silently talk to and get information from a computer system, like a voice inside your head.

Wyoming blockchain company certified by USDA

BeefChain uses blockchain technology to provide immutable proof of source, age and health of individual cattle.

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